How can I understand the evolution of my design concept in the visions, actions and considerations of a life project? Only a retrospective look allows me to admit how much my way of thinking about Design has changed, how I articulate it and the projection I give to its future possibilities for the staging of projects and actions relevant to its teaching and development. Without any consideration, the task of finding a difference between what I knew or believed about discipline in the university and what Design is today and represents on my horizon and notion of the world was not easy. In the first instance, the passage of time led me to understand that Design is an image of the world and an ideal of life. Design goes beyond doing; it is a daily condition because it is in its essence. It is a feeling and acting that configures identity and differentiates beings, spaces, environments and territories. I learned the subtle but overwhelming differences between those who like Design, those who understand Design (because they read it, discuss it, appreciate it, identify it, define it, etc.) and those who do Design. I consider that I have acted in the first two approaches and have exercised the third with professional and academic rigour. These approaches are the only way of evaluating Design in its different demonstrations. I think that doing Design undoubtedly deserves more profound reflections, but at the same time, much more practical. Thinking about Design is feeling it in and from the daily and necessary, under a social, political and economic reality, and projecting it encompasses much more than academic theory, good taste, fashion or production. In short, doing Design is a catharsis of all this, with a catalyst based on experience. Design's thoughts and experiences are only a critical, personal, passionate, emotional, and theoretical vision of more than thirty years of the professional and academic movement. Time has allowed me to understand that Design is an idea in progress, a way of life and dialectic in constant evolution.